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Pediatric Psycho-Oncology Professionals
Lutz Goldbeck

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Lutz Goldbeck
First Name: Lutz

Last Name: Goldbeck

Position Title: Head of Department for Psychotherapy Research and Behavioral Medicine, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry/Psychotherapy, University Ulm Medical Centre

Job Responsibilities: Combination of Research and Patient Care

Education/Training: Psychology

About Me/My interests: Special interests: Health-related quality of life, coping with pediatric cancer, parental quality of life, medical trauma, development and evaluation of family-oriented psychosocial interventions, survivorship, E-health interventions.

Training Opportunities: Yes, Research Assistant

My Contact Information:
Address: University Ulm, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Steinhoeveltstr. 5, D-89075 Ulm, Germany
Email: lutz.goldbeck@uniklinik-ulm.de
Phone: ++49 731 500 61661

Topics of Interest for Collaboration: Health-related quality of life, coping with pediatric cancer, parental quality of life, medical trauma, development and evaluation of family-oriented psychosocial interventions, survivorship, E-health interventions.

Publications that may be of interest to others:  

Besier, T., Hölling, H., Schlack, R., West, C., Goldbeck, L. (2010) Impact of a family-oriented rehabilitation program on behavioural and emotional problems in healthy siblings of chronically ill children. Child Care Health Dev. 36:686-95.

Dieluweit, U., Debatin, K.-M., Grabow, D., Kaatsch, P., Peter, R., Seitz, D.C.M., Goldbeck, L. (2011). Educational and vocational achievement among long-term survivors of adolescent cancer in Germany. Pediatric Blood and Cancer 56:432-438.

Goldbeck, L. (2006) The impact of newly diagnosed chronic paediatric conditions on parental quality of life. Qual Life Res 15:1121-31.

Seitz, D.C.M., Besier, T., Debatin, K.-M., Debling, D., Dieluweit, U., Hinz, A., Kaatsch, P., Goldbeck, L. (2010). Posttraumatic stress, depression and anxiety among adult long-term survivors of cancer in adolescence. Eur J Cancer, 46, 1596-1606.

Seitz, D.C.M., Hagmann, D., Besier, T., Dieluweit, U., Debatin, K.-M., Grabow, D., Kaatsch, P., Henrich, G., Goldbeck, L. (2010). Life satisfaction in adult survivors of cancer during adolescence: What contributes to the latter satisfaction with life? Quality of Life Research 20: 225-236.

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